What’s On

Our Programme
We normally meet on every 2nd Wednesday of the month (except August)
at Park Junior School Hall, Stonehouse. Directions to the School
Everyone welcome to attend. Entrance charge £1 members, £2 non-members
We will also be arranging the occasional presentation via Zoom

Wednesday July 13th 7.30
at Park Junior School
David Saunders – “More to this case than meets the eye”
On the evening of 3rd July 1918 at Pont Coulogne, Calais, 40 year old Detective Sergeant Harold Arthur Collison DCM MSM MFP, a mature and experienced policeman, made a decision that ultimately led to his murder at the hands of a British officer.
To this day that decision has never been properly explained.
Join David in taking a policeman’s view of that decision and some of the other mysterious elements surrounding this case.

 No meeting in August

Wednesday September 14th 7.30
at Park Junior School
Howard Parker –
“Bringing Back the Railway to Berkeley and Sharpness”
A historical perspective of the Severn and Wye Railway on the eastern side of the Severn and how the Vale of Berkeley Railway Trust is building a new heritage railway attraction for Gloucestershire.   

Wednesday October 9th 7.30
at Park Junior School
Vernon Harwood – “The BBC at War”

Wednesday November 9th 7.30
at Park Junior School
Helen Earle – “Take Three Girls”
Along with photos, Helen will tell the true stories of three girls, from very different backgrounds,
who played their vital part during the Great War, each in their own particular way.

Wednesday December 14th 7.30
at Park Junior School
Kirsty Bingham – “A Tudor Christmas


Wednesday January 11th 7.30
at Park Junior School
Tony Condor– “Gloucester’s Victorian Docks


Past Events 2022

Past Events 2020 – 2021